Latest Arctic News

New expedition in Andrée’s footsteps for KI researcher Bea Uusma
Scientists and Indigenous leaders team up to conserve seals and an ancestral way of life at Yakutat, Alaska
A shocking 79% of female scientists have negative experiences during polar field work
How the 1901 Discovery expedition’s polar explorers stayed healthy during their Antarctic journey
Future Climate Impacts Put Whale Diet At Risk
Paris in spring, Bali in winter. How ‘bucket lists’ help cancer patients handle life and death
Everyday life and its variability influenced human evolution at least as much as rare activities like big-game hunting
Frequent Disturbances Increased the Resilience of Past Populations
Group to investigate research governance of controversial ‘Solar Radiation Modification’ technology
UniSC Researcher Embarking On Epic Arctic Adventure
Burgundy Diamond Mines reports first quarter 2024 results
Gigantic Jurassic Raptor Footprints Unearthed
Our laser technique can tell apart elephant and mammoth ivory – here’s how it may disrupt the ivory trade
Nearsightedness is at epidemic levels – and the problem begins in childhood
Groundbreaking study reveals warming tundra’s impact on carbon emissions
PFAS ‘forever chemicals’: Why EPA set federal drinking water limits for these health-harming contaminants
Climate Change Impacts Terrorist Activity
Microplastics found in artery plaque linked with higher risk of heart attack, stroke and death
Study spotlights Arctic’s hidden primary production powerhouses
Lows And Lows Of Antarctic Sea Ice 5 March 2024
Global warming may be behind an increase in the frequency and intensity of cold spells
Not such a bright idea: cooling the Earth by reflecting sunlight back to space is a dangerous distraction
UN experts call for accountability for Navalny’s death and immediate release of all political prisoners: Russia
‘A deeply troubling discovery’: Earth may have already passed the crucial 1.5°C warming limit
World famous research vessel docks in Hobart
Scientists Reveal Black Hole Shadow
How microplastic travels into Arctic
Earth’s invisible shield can help reveal our past and our future
Government of Canada Orders the MQ-9B SkyGuardian RPAS From GA-ASI
Past gives us glimpse of our future, hotter planet
COP28: Earth’s frozen zones are in trouble – we’re already seeing the consequences
Elite athlete training for extreme Arctic race in fridge
In September we went past 1.5 degrees. In November, we tipped over 2 degrees for the first time. What’s going on?
Why are dead and dying seabirds washing up on our beaches in their hundreds?
Why do climate models underestimate polar warming? ‘Invisible clouds’ could be the answer
Luminous ‘mother-of-pearl’ clouds explain why climate models miss so much Arctic and Antarctic warming
From Alaska to Invercargill – godwit migration well underway
Second UN Global Indigenous Youth Forum kicks off with a spotlight on the importance of blending tradition and innovation
Sea ice research from pole to pole 16 October 2023
Australian scientists monitor bird flu risk in Antarctica 13 October 2023
Too hard basket: why climate change is defeating our political system
Adventurer reveals plastic pollution results from remotest part of the planet
As Antarctic sea ice continues its dramatic decline, we need more measurements and much better models to predict its future
Devastatingly low Antarctic sea ice may be the ‘new abnormal’, study warns
Study connects greenhouse gas emissions to polar bear population declines, enabling greater protections under Endangered Species Act
Like father, like sons
Ancient pathogens released from melting ice could wreak havoc on the world, new analysis reveals
Role of ice sheets for climate